Self-driving car technology is currently limited Test program And Special vehicles, But Mobileye thinks it could play a significant role in creating driverless vehicles that you can actually buy. There are companies owned by Intel Unveiling An EyeQ Ultra system-on-chip designed with consumer self-driving cars in mind. While SoC Level 4 may meet all the computing requirements of autonomy (in most cases fully self-driving), it does not require the world’s “thin” chip-car brands to use more complex, energy-hungry components that can increase costs or hurt battery life. .
The EyeQ Ultra is built on a more efficient 5-nanometer process, but the architecture is original. Mobileye’s design revolves around four task-specific accelerators connected to an additional CPU core, graphics core and image processor. The results could process input from the camera, LiDAR, radar and the vehicle’s central computing system while conducting ‘only’ 176 trillion operations per second. For context, Atlantis NVIDIA’s drive 1,000 trillion operations are expected to be conducted.
You will have to wait a while to see the chip work. Mobileye doesn’t expect the first working EyeQ Ultra chip to run until the end of 2023, and you won’t see full production until 2025. It is in sync with a fair number of automakers Self-driving car plan, However, and can help the company fight NVIDIA’s offers It’s not clear if you’ll be able to ‘drive’ a Level 4 car in three years, but it’s not as far-fetched as it once seemed.
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